+ The Horns join Michael Saunders & Co. South office
Steve and Maureen Horn have joined the Longboat Key South office of Michael Saunders & Co.
Maureen Horn, a Philadelphia native who became a Realtor five years ago, is currently ranked among the top 25 agents in the Sarasota market. Prior to joining Michael Saunders & Co., Horn was an associate with Prudential Palms Realty, where she was the top-ranked agent for closed sales in June 2009. She won the Prudential President’s Circle Award during her first two years in the industry and later earned the Chairman’s Gold Award for finishing in the top 3% of Prudential agents nationwide. Horn also won the Quality Service Platinum Award for finishing in the top 2% of 10,000 agents nationwide based on independent surveys of buyers and sellers. She is a member of RISMedia’s “Top 5 in Real Estate Network” and holds the Graduate Realtor Institute (GRI) and Senior Real Estate Specialist (SRES) designations.
Her husband and business partner, Steve Horn, is a Realtor and candidate for the Certified International Property Specialist (CIPS) designation.
The Horns came to the area in 1992 from Cape May, N.J., and owned and operated Maureen’s Palm Grille on Longboat Key from 1998 to 2005.
+ Island Real Estate announces top agents
Island Real Estate of Anna Maria Island Inc. announced its top sales agents for the month of September.
Marilyn Trevethan was the top listing agent, and Liz Blandford and Kathleen White were the top sales agents.
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